On Deck Build: An Olde Revamp is coming soon.

Hello-Hello. I have been in an out these past few weeks, with projects and updates, and thank you for all of the support from last weeks nesting boxes, fun and easy build that looks to have gone over very well. I looked through my DIY projects and laugh a some, and surprised by others, how time has gone by. To this very day, my number one viewed project and general build inquires are from my very first shared DIY, my DIY TV Stand. I built this actually a week or two before I posted it, didn’t really know how to formulate a How-To very well (still don’t). I have noticed a lot of my questions have formulated around gray areas of confusion with my directions, and reading back through it, I agree very confusing. So… my very next build in the lineup is going to be a revamp of my DIY TV Stand, with better instructions, better pictures, maybe even a little video (no promises). Hopefully I can shine some light on that build, and add just touches of experience I have obtained along my journey, because I am not a professional, I am a trial by fire, and hope it turns out, type of builder… recording and sharing the process along the way to save everyone money, while achieving the same rustic look.

Since that build is only in the on deck circle, I wanted to time to share about a really cool idea I think would be a great gift for that Mr. DIY husband you have, or handy-dad you call over to fix everything and anything under your roof, a JORD men’s watch.

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For me this watch is the perfect blend of hansom and rough. The all wood mixture pairs very well for that dressy occasion to flannels and boots in the workshop.

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The featured watch is a Dover series, Zebrawood & Dark Sandalwood. As a woodworker and furniture builder, you cannot help but appreciate an entire wood watch, these very cool woods, catch the eye in furniture pieces, and even more so on your wrist. I have always wanted to try an african or exotic wood in a candlestick turn or furniture leg, and I think I may seek out this zebrawood blank in my next trip to Woodcraft.

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Well guys, I hope I gave some of you out there an idea for Christmas for those guys out there. Ladies, they also have many series of wood watches for too, be sure to check it out. And I hope you all look forward to seeing the revamped DIY TV Stand, that will soon be hitting the blog. Until next time, get outside, grab those PSL’s, and take in all those Fall colors, and don’t forget to find me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Thanks.

 

 

 

This post was sponsored by JORD Wood Watches, but all content and reviews are of my own.


Wooden Wristwatch

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  1. Casey Hoefler says:

    Love your stuff! and LMB!

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